Ventura Blvd. in Studio City has no shortage of affordable sushi joints. But affordable joints that actually have quality sushi is another story. That’s what you’ll find at Iroha, a hard-to-locate spot behind a fortune teller business in the corner of a shared parking lot. Highlights here include a fantastic spicy miso soup to warm your cold heart, spicy crab crispy rice cakes, and sushi/sashimi lunch combinations that range from $12 to $30. There’s also an enclosed patio area that makes you feel like you’re eating sushi in the jungle.
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